3 December 2016 | blanbrn
Well done investigative series of unsolved murders that involves footage, interviews, that connects with theory and data.
I like many have always loved following and keeping up with real life unsolved murders especially that of serial killings. Of late one of the most famous is that of the "Long Island Serial Killer" and that's where this A@E series "The Killing Season" begins. The series follows two Documentarians Joshua and Rachel who investigative serial killings all around the U.S., as mentioned the series starts out on Long Island, only to branch out to Atalntic City, NJ as a group of bodies found in America's playground were similar to the ones in Long Island, NY with all being sex workers, escorts, and street walkers could it be the same killer? The series makes connection to different unsolved murders it features interviews with victims family members and police and theories are provided from private investigators and comments are giving on the web from many sources. Plus geography plays a part in the series as Josh and Rachel believe that the killer travels up and down the east coast and the interstate system is looked up at as a dumping ground of truck driving serial killers. And VICAP is spotlighted and the theory is giving that police around the country don't share information and police corruption is often the problem that many of these serial cases aren't solved. The series even branches out west to the New Mexico sand area to hunt for a killer after many bodies are found. Overall thought provoking and informative investigative series need I say more.